Directed by Livia Genise
Starring Barbara Henson and Roy Von Rains, Jr.
The World Premiere of a 2013 Ashland New Plays Festival chosen work and Camelot’s first offering in 2015. Ending years of self-exile after the death of his wife, poet Derby Wright quietly accepts a house-sitting invitation for a Manhattan co-op. Wanting to slip back into society at his own pace, Derby is repeatedly thwarted by an inquisitive female neighbor, her pushy mother, snobby members of the co-op board and a lawyer determined to have him thrown out for his murky past. His hopes for privacy fail miserably, but one romantic exception forces the overly intellectual Derby to recognize that, when it come to understanding happiness, real life is very much a question of words.
February 4 – March 1, 2015
Thursday – Saturday at 8pm, Sunday Matinees at 2pm
Fundraiser for Community Health Center – Wednesday 2/4 at 8pm
Preview Night – Thursday 2/5 at 8pm, $12
Opening Night – Friday 2/6 at 8pm
Pay What You Can Night – Wednesday 2/11 at 8pm
Director’s Night – Friday 2/13 at 8pm
Tickets: $25, Senior/Student $23
Reserved Seat Fee +$2 Box Office Transaction Fee +$4
For Reservations: 541.535.5250 • CamelotTheatre.org